A report: “RESILIENCE PROJECT: Hate and disinformation narratives in Turkey”

Released as part of the “Resilience” project in partnership with a series of media organizations including bianet, “Hate and Disinformation Narratives in the Online Mediascape in Turkey” report analyzes the narratives against four main target groups.

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Turkey has failed to enforce 689 ECtHR rulings, ranks first in violations of free expression

A group monitoring the violations of free expression in Turkey has released a report about the country’s legal practices concerning ECtHR decisions.

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Turkish TV halts broadcasts following threat of seizure by Turkish gov’t – report | Ahval

Private Turkish television broadcaster Olay TV, which started broadcasting in its new office…
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‘Kavala’s case is a symptom of Turkey’s gangrened justice system’

Ahead of the hearing of arrested rights defender and businessperson Osman Kavala today, 15 rights organizations have released a statement and said, “We believe that the only just outcome in the unfair prosecution against Kavala is his acquittal.”

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